Kadaisi Vivasayi To RRR: Top 10 Best International Films Of 2022, As Per Letterboxd
What is Letterboxd?
Letterboxd is a free social media platform for movie buffs. Cine lovers around the globe, can keep track of films they’ve watched, write and share reviews and compile a watchlist of films they want to see.
For the year 2022, more than 227 million ratings were cast by movie buffs around the globe via Letterboxd. Based on these ratings Letterboxd, has released the top 10 highest-rated international films for the year 2022, let’s check them out.
And for the first time in the history of Letterboxd and Indian cinema. An Indian cinema is rated at No.1…
Rank 1: Kadaisi Vivasayi
Directed by M. Manikandan
Maayandi, the only farmer in a village that has abandoned farming, is charged with a petty case that leads to his imprisonment.
Rank 2: Mars One
Directed by Gabriel Martins
A middle-class Black family in Brazil copes with the election of a far-right extremist president. The mother believes that she’s cursed after an unexpected encounter, while her husband puts all of his hopes into their son’s soccer career.
Rank 3: Argentina 1985
Directed by Emin Alper
Emre, a young and dedicated prosecutor, is newly appointed to a small town hit by a water crisis and political scandals. After an initial welcome, he experiences an increasing number of tense interactions and is reluctantly dragged into local politics. When Emre forms a bond with the owner of the local newspaper pressure escalates under heated rumors.
Rank 4: Argentina, 1985
Directed by Santiago Mitre
It narrates the strategy of two prosecutors to carry out the trial to sentence the commanders of the last military dictatorship in Argentina for crimes against humanity.
Rank 5: RRR
Directed by S.S. Rajamouli
A fictional history of two legendary revolutionaries’ journey away from home before they began fighting for their country in the 1920s.
Rank 6: Missing Home
Directed by Bene Dion Rajagukguk
A married couple stages their divorce in order to encourage their estranged adult children to return to their hometown.
Rank 7: Joyland
Directed by Saim Sadiq
As a patriarchal family yearns for the birth of a baby boy to continue their family line, their youngest son secretly joins an erotic dance theatre and falls for a transgender starlet.
Rank 8: Farha
Directed by Darin J. Sallam
Palestine, 1948. After the withdrawal of the British occupiers, tensions rise between Arabs and Jews. Meanwhile, Farha, the smart daughter of the mayor of a small village, unaware of the coming tragedy, dreams of going to study in the big city.
Rank 9: Stealing Raden Saleh
Directed by Angga Dwimas Sasongko
To save his father, a master forger sets out to steal an invaluable painting with the help of a motley crew of specialists.
Rank 10: The Quiet Girl
Directed by Colm Bairéad
A quiet, neglected girl is sent away from her dysfunctional family to live with relatives for the summer. She blossoms in their care, but in this house where there are meant to be no secrets, she discovers one.
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